Twenty-seven – You know that overdraft protection and credit isn’t free money.

Ok. I’m not delusional. I know that not everyone knows this. But for the most part, once you turn thirty and you’re parents cut you off (wink to anyone who scoffed at this), you realize that when you don’t have money you literally don’t have money. Buying a car on a credit card isn’t a good idea. And spending $2,000 a week when you only make $400 doesn’t equal out somehow.

When you’re thirty, you become a real adult. You are required to be more responsible, because quite frankly, no one wants to be that creepy thirty-something who is reckless and doesn’t have a job. Am I right? Yeah. I knew I was.

Tata for now.



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